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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Bilford View Post
    LOL, just trying to understand how the limiter works, because the ski certainly did not act like it was "on the chip". If anything, it acted like there was no chip.
    That’s the joy of the electronic throttle. It will close the throttle slowly until your not on the limiter with out you knowing. Unless you hit the limiter abruptly like coming unhooked on the throttle. Then you can feel the limiter.

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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=145934

    Read the very first post from Greenhulk himself back in 2011 which clearly describes our ECM limiters.

    Minor overshoots of the limits are completely normal.


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    the engine rpm limiter is 8400 ! STOCK. i've seen 8450 on video when accelerating trim all the way up from 5mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=145934

    Read the very first post from Greenhulk himself back in 2011 which clearly describes our ECM limiters.

    Minor overshoots of the limits are completely normal.
    Explains what I needed to know and what I was experiencing. The I control does not work like a chip or even change fuel/ignition timing. That lag won't be a problem for me and my stock ski.

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    thats 8 years ago !!!!

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    from 8 years ago ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by holeshot1 View Post
    the engine rpm limiter is 8400 ! STOCK. i've seen 8450 on video when accelerating trim all the way up from 5mph
    That's because you cavitated the pump and it overshot the rev limiter..... normal! You can also see 8800 or more when coming unhook and pinning the throttle. Regardless, the limiter is 8040 RPM. You will not see more than this under sustained throttle.

    Quote Originally Posted by holeshot1 View Post
    from 8 years ago ?
    Yep, from 8 years ago. That info was valid then and it's still valid today 10/10/2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Bilford View Post
    Apples and oranges. The speed limiter is GPS based and will lag until your speed is determined. The RPM limiter should be immediate and is based on the chip programming in the ECU. I am really curious as to what I am experiencing. Is the tach off a bit? I would think that it would get its info from the ECM.
    Quote Originally Posted by 05_RXP View Post
    there is some margin of error. Just because the rev limiter is set to 8040 does not mean it will stop exactly at that rpm. Let me ask you a question my ski had a rev limiter of 8040 and would show a max of 8980?
    ^ This is what I meant


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